Historic Virginia Land Conservancy Updated:08/2020

The Historic Virginia Land Conservancy is dedicated to protecting and preserving significant natural, scenic and historic lands in the Historic Triangle area.  Founded in 1990 as the Historic Rivers Land Conservancy, the Historic Virginia Land Conservancy was the first private non-profit land trust in Virginia incorporated specifically to use the provisions of the Virginia Conservation Easement Act. In 1996 the organization’s name was changed to the Williamsburg Land Conservancy and, in 2015, was renamed the Historic Virginia Land Conservancy to reflect its growing regional presence. Today, the Conservancy operates as a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, supported by annual membership dues, donations and grants. A Board of Directors, comprised of community leaders from throughout the Historic Triangle and beyond, governs the organization. Working committees, volunteers, and paid staff help to carry out the programs and projects of the Conservancy.

Accredited Land Trust

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Contact Historic Virginia Land Conservancy

5000 New Point Road
Suite 3101
Williamsburg, VA  23188
Phone: (757) 565-0343
Fax: (757) 565-0049

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Essex County, Virginia
  • Gloucester County, Virginia
  • James City County, Virginia
  • King And Queen County, Virginia
  • King William County, Virginia
  • Mathews County, Virginia
  • Middlesex County, Virginia
  • New Kent County, Virginia
  • Williamsburg City County, Virginia
  • York County, Virginia